Closing One Door to Open Another

Hello Everyone,

Over the years we have had an excellent opportunity to grow together, and in doing so we are thankful for every chance we had to assist you with your technology needs. Sometimes in life we are required to take on a new direction in order to follow a path that was not evident before. It is with a heavy heart that as of today, Wednesday, April 20, 2016; DataAdmin is closing our Las Vegas office due to unforeseen circumstances.

If you would like a copy of your network information or a list of pending tasks please let us know and we will be happy to compile it for you. In addition if you would like a referral to another IT service, please reply and let us know, as we are actively vetting competitive services. We hope to have a solid recommendation by 2016/05/01.

As the mythical phoenix burns brightest before its rebirth, we embrace that this change will lead to something bigger and better than we ever could have imagined. In the words of E.V. Lucas, an English Playwright:

“One of the most serious thoughts life provokes is the reflection that we can never tell, at the time, whether a word, a look, a touch, or an occurrance of any kind is trivial or important.”

After years of working with and refining this small business technical support “business model” we have learned a lot, and we are sad to see this adventure come to an end. Our clients were the best part of what we did, and working with each of you was truly a pleasure.

The last few months encompassed a whirlwind of events. Jason and Kristin moved to Cottonwood, AZ, just south of Sedona where they were married last May, surrounded by gorgeous red rocks with a dream of land and sustainable living. Donald Hampt received and accepted an excellent job offer in Las Vegas, leading to a career change that will better benefit him and his family. DataAdmin found a prospective office with dreams of expanding just before closing its doors. As someone who loves inspirational quotes, this entire journey can be defined by the words of author Douglas Adams:

“I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I have ended up exactly where I needed to be.”

Thank you for your love and support over the years!

Best Regards,
Jason Schrader
Enlightened Communications LLC